Sweeney Boo Gives Readers A Graphic Novel Unlike Any Other With ‘Eat, And Love Yourself’ – Review

Graphic novels can give readers a view into many things, but I never expected to read Eat, And Love Yourself and feel so seen.

Black History: John Diggle’s Top 10 Moments

Fans of the CW’s Arrowverse has had the pleasure to see many good characters grow into great heroes, but it’s time to honor a very special one. In honor of Black History Month, I’ve decided to highlight one of my favorite Black characters: John Diggle. (This has Arrow spoilers, so be sure to catch up … Continue reading Black History: John Diggle’s Top 10 Moments

A Look Into Asian American Representation With ‘LING’ – Review

Imagine: you could be whichever sort of girl you wish to be; you are not held by other people's expectations of who you're "supposed to be."  Not only that, you have a cute magical fox guiding you into your magical abilities.  That is the situation brought forward to our protagonist, Ling. Written by Marie Iida … Continue reading A Look Into Asian American Representation With ‘LING’ – Review

Jen and Sylvia Soska to Bring Black Widow Back From the Dead for a New Solo Series

American Mary directors Jen and Sylvia Soska will pen a new comic book series for Marvel Comics featuring Black Widow. Announced at New York Comic Con at the Women of Marvel panel, the deadly Russian assassin will be getting a new comic series by horror writer/director duo the Soska Sisters. The new series marks the … Continue reading Jen and Sylvia Soska to Bring Black Widow Back From the Dead for a New Solo Series

NYCC 2018: ‘Wolverine: The Long Night’ to Get Comic Adaptation

At the 'This Week in Marvel' panel at New York Comic Con 2018, it was announced that the critically acclaimed scripted podcast, Wolverine: The Long Night, will be getting a comic adaptation. The writer of the hit podcast, Benjamin Percy, will write the comic which will debut in January 2019 and Marcio Takara will do … Continue reading NYCC 2018: ‘Wolverine: The Long Night’ to Get Comic Adaptation

Interview: Indie Comics Creator Kat Calamia

The world of comic books is filled with wonder, amazement, and colorful characters. Themes of heroism, family, and justice are commonly used to weave intricate stories that people can relate to, and be entertained by.  Creating a comic book requires countless hours of work, energy, and passion. Enter: Kat Calamia! Kat is the comics creator … Continue reading Interview: Indie Comics Creator Kat Calamia

Marvel Comics To Debut ‘Killmonger’ Mini-Series This December

Marvel Comics have been trying to be as synonymous as possible to the Marvel Cinematic Universe since it really started to blow up in pop culture earlier this decade. The integration of MCU characteristics into the comics universe has brought some division amongst readers. Some think this makes it easy for new readers to join … Continue reading Marvel Comics To Debut ‘Killmonger’ Mini-Series This December